You have the goals and now you would like to see them come to life, because that was the whole point. Point 1: Put it in your calendar. Take yourself and your plans seriously. Set a regular time for when these steps need to happen and treat them like any other key appointment with somebody … Continue reading How stuff gets real. On implementation
A lot of people find it hard to make decisions. They like options and they want to keep them open. When we make decisions, we introduce duality. A decision cuts into the infinite field of possibilities and segments it out into a yes and a no, a scope definition, a "this is it" and therefore … Continue reading Decision making and fencing in the infinite
Ever set a goal and not reached it? What happened? It somehow never fully got off the ground? All those beautiful plans, working out 2-3 times a week, for example? You might have a client workshop somewhere else, and not be home for your Thursday evening class. You might have prioritizes sleep because you got … Continue reading Getting back on track
Too many commitments can weigh you down and prevent you from reaching your goals. Focus! Say no! Rope in other people!
Commitment is the more practical younger sister of focus. It's about doing specific things (regularly) and NOT doing a lot of other things. Take a stand in front of yourself. Then take it public.